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Ryan Kuhns, an economist with Farmer Mac, conducted a S.W.O.T. analysis for Northwest agriculture — that stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats — during... [Read More]
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Ryan Kuhns, an economist with Farmer Mac, conducted a S.W.O.T. analysis for Northwest agriculture — that's strengths, opportunities, weaknesses and threats — during a presentation... [Read More]
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Attendance keeps growing as interest in sustainability rises... [Read More]
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Department takes on more inspections as yields, population rises... [Read More]
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FSA employees are only allowed to provide limited services, with a priority on processing FSA loan payments made by Dec. 31 to provide important tax... [Read More]
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A new Democratic ag worker bill is a good start but needs a guestworker component, ag association leaders say. [Read More]
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A much larger pear crop, more competition and loss of the China market have all caused Washington pear prices to drop significantly so far in... [Read More]
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There is no "obvious indication" a long-anticipated El Nino will form this winter after all, according to a seasonal outlook issued Thursday by the National... [Read More]
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Calling high-speed Internet a "public necessity," Washington Gov. Jay Inslee highlighted Wednesday a plan to bring broadband service to more rural residents. [Read More]
Members of the next generation from families involved in the blueberry industry are stepping up to fill seats on the Oregon Blueberry Commission. [Read More]
An environmental lawsuit against logging practices in the Tillamook and Clatsop state forests will be allowed to proceed as long as the allegations are made... [Read More]
Jay Noller is stepping down as head of Oregon State University's Crop and Soil Science Department to concentrate on hemp. [Read More]
Ken Harrison works almost daily on his small woodlands property in the east side foothills of the Coast Range. [Read More]
As the partial federal government shutdown continues into its fourth week some rural Northwest communities are feeling the pinch. [Read More]
Ken Harrison checks out the condition of Douglas fir seedlings on a hillside that 100 years ago was cleared and became pasture for horses that... [Read More]
A majority of respondents in a consumer survey think the Food and Drug Administration should enforce its regulation that would restrict use of the term... [Read More]
Jon Riggs works at his booth at the Umpqua Valley Farmers' Market in Roseburg, Ore., on Jan. 12. His salad mixes consists of daikon (Japanese)... [Read More]
Jon Riggs was a high school teacher who decided being a small acreage farmer would be a good summer job. [Read More]
A federal bankruptcy judge in California will allow the proposed sale of Lost Valley Farm to proceed as scheduled, despite objections from Oregon state agencies... [Read More]
Many Farm Service Agency offices will reopen temporarily in the coming days to perform certain limited services for farmers and ranchers. [Read More]
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